Donald Trump denies he pretended to be his own spokesperson during a 1991 phone call with a People magazine journalist. The man on the call identifies himself as John Miller, but those who know Trump's voice are saying it is in fact Donald J. Trump. Chip
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Donald Trump denies posing as his own spokesperson
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